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Oscar-nominated RALPH FIENNES gave up a promising painting career to become an actor. RADA trained, he dominated the classical stage both at the Royal Shakespeare Company and the Royal National Theatre. Before being lured to the cinema, Fiennes played the role of T.E. Lawrence in David Puttnam's compelling television drama, "A Dangerous Man: Lawrence After Arabia."

Roles in two multi award-winning films-Steven Spielberg's SCHINDLER'S LIST and Anthony Minghella's THE ENGLISH PATIENT-earned him Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations. He also starred in QUIZ SHOW and STRANGE DAYS and lent his voice talents to THE PRINCE OF EGYPT.

He has returned to the stage for the title role in HAMLET, in London and on Broadway, and IVANOV, in London and Moscow. The former marked his Broadway debut and secured him a Tony Award.

In 1997, he made OSCAR AND LUCINDA with Cate Blanchett, directed by Gillian Armstrong. Following THE AVENGERS, he executive produced and starred in Pushkin's ONEGIN with Liv Tyler, directed by his sister Martha Fiennes. Prior to THE END OF THE AFFAIR, Ralph played three roles in the Istvan Szabo film SUNSHINE, which spans 100 years of turbulent Hungarian history.

In 2000, he will return to the stage in the title roles of CORIOLANUS and RICHARD II.


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